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Old 11-22-2012, 05:48 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Great Idea for a thread I love it. I'm gonna be all over this one.


http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...6/Fr-voila.ogg

This was taken @ 4:30pm yesterday

New Snow - Mid Mtn. (Over Night): 30 cm

New Snow - Mid Mtn. (24 hrs): 30 cm

New Snow - Mid Mtn. (7 days):
56 cm plus Snowmaking on Eagle Express
Total Snow Fall (Season):
135 cm
Alpine Snow Conditions:
Machine Groomed
Snow Depth - Mid Mtn.:
145 cm Natural plus Snowmaking Snow on Eagle Express

It hasn't stopped yet, but they are calling for clearing this morning

I wonder how deep it's gonna be today? 40cm? 50cm? 60cm?
Can't wait to find out.
Oh, but don't you worry I'll be sure to come back & let you know

It took your mtn 3 days to get 30cm

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Old 11-24-2012, 01:22 PM   #12 (permalink)
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Northstar didn't have much terrain open on thanksgiving... but at least they had their park open!

Kirkwood yesterday was AWESOME! haven't been there in a good 3 years, but it's still pretty sweet... even without fresh powder. The snow there was much lighter than at northstar. but, they didn't have a park open.

ski-and-snow-report showed both northstar and kirkwood having a 36" base... it definitely didn't feel like 36" at northstar. there were WAY too many grassy fields viewable... kirkwood, on the otherhand, felt like a true 36"
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Old 11-25-2012, 04:05 AM   #13 (permalink)
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Northstar didn't have much terrain open on thanksgiving... but at least they had their park open!

Kirkwood yesterday was AWESOME! haven't been there in a good 3 years, but it's still pretty sweet... even without fresh powder. The snow there was much lighter than at northstar. but, they didn't have a park open.

ski-and-snow-report showed both northstar and kirkwood having a 36" base... it definitely didn't feel like 36" at northstar. there were WAY too many grassy fields viewable... kirkwood, on the otherhand, felt like a true 36"
damn, so real spit:

I'm heading out to Anaheim over Xmas, is there any way to get an escort to some shred-time?!
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